Fair Hill

We offer year round nature and history field trips, as well as service trips. Nature trips feature hands-on activities that highlight our arboretum and produce gardens. History trips can focus on abolition, women’s rights, and/or Quaker history. We work with each group to come up with a visit that is meaningful to them. Visits are free for neighboring schools. We ask for a suggested donation of $5 per person if groups are able.

La Salle

Reach out to La Salle University Art Museum to schedule a visit for your school group or plan a tour with staff by emailing artmuseum@lasalle.edu.

Germantown Mennonite Meetinghouse

The Germantown Mennonite Meetinghouse offers tours of the space and cemetery as well as history lessons. Reach out to reach out to k3lkn@aol.com to schedule a tour today.


Wyck offers private tours of Wyck’s house and/or garden, given by a knowledgeable Wyck staff person. Contact Wyck at info@wyck.org or call at 215.848.1690. For school groups, book a tour to Wyck through the ard-winning History Hunters Youth Reporter Program, at www.historyhunters.org. For other field trip inquiries, including programs on our Home Farm, please email

info@wyck.org or call at 215.848.1690.

Germantown Historical Society

Formal programming is currently in development, but the museum is open to all school groups from 9AM – 1PM on Tuesdays and 1PM – 5PM on Thursdays. Email for more information.

Lest We Forget

The Lest We Forget Slavery Museum offers educational materials and guided tours by appointment only Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm, and Sun 12pm-4pm. Book a tour at lwfsm.com. Admission is $20 per person.

Johnson House

Johnson House offers a wide variety of educational programming; including the Emerging Leaders Training Program hosted by the Center for Social Advocacy, the Working & Walking Together UBUNTU Summer Camp Tours, and History Hunters Youth Reporter Program. Call 215-438-1768 for more information.


Cliveden offers indoor and outdoor tours by appointment for student groups. Contact Cliveden’s Education Director to schedule a tour. Cliveden also offers an online curriculum, which may be found on their website and printed out. Cliveden also participates in the History Hunter’s program.


Rittenhousetown offers school lesson tours and workshops. Please reach out for more information.


Awbury Arboretum offers a wide variety of educational programs. Its long standing Field Studies Program is perfect for school groups of all ages, and free for public school students in the Philadelphia School District. Explore the Field Studies Programs here.


Grumblethorpe Elementary Education Program (GEEP) offers interactive workshops for local schools within the District of Philadelphia and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Book a workshop here.


Stenton welcomes school groups to take part in tours of the mansion, outbuildings, and grounds. Educational program options are based on the age of the students and the amount of time allotted for a tour or program. Stenton also participates in the History Hunters program, its largest educational project. Email Stenton’s Education Director, Rachel Corma, at rachel.corma@stenton.org for more information.